A shark that has been tagged recently, Joan of Shark, is slated to be one of the largest great white sharks ever seen. It has a length that is in excess of 16 feet.
Apr 18 2014, 9:14am CDT
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The California gray wolf is headed for extinction if it is not protected from being killed by ranchers. The rescue effort will need the implementation of laws.
Apr 17 2014, 7:08am CDT
Source: The Hollywood Gossip
We're equal opportunity pet lovers here at The Hollywood Gossip, but there's something about big dogs that just make us go all mushy in our heart parts.
Especially when those big dogs don't seem to be aware that they're quite so big.
Admit it. You've always wanted to snuggle with a St. Bernard. You know you have.
If you're lucky enough to be loved by a dog, you know just ho ...
Full article at: The Hollywood Gossip
Jul 1 2014, 5:00pm CDT
A giant rat terrorized a Swedish family before finally being exterminated via a large mousetrap. It had burrowed into the family’s kitchen by chewing through the wood and cement.
Mar 28 2014, 11:25am CDT
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Jaws was a 1975 horror film about a Great White Shark that terrorized a New England beach, now in 2014 we have a Great White terrorizing a New Jersey chum bag. No, that's not a slur about the fine people of the Garden State.
A 16-foot Great White sidled up next to the fishing boat before swimming around for a while. Quickly getting bored (and hungry) the shark went for a chum bag tied to the boat.
Conservation efforts have increased the worldwide popu ...
Full article at: SBNation
Jun 23 2014, 11:35am CDT
Great white shark has swam nearly 20,000 miles since it was tagged
Mar 11 2014, 1:13pm CDT
Source: WSB Radio
A shark thief? Fishermen captured the moment a Great White stole their bag of bait. (Via Flickr / kqedquest) Yes, the shark ripped the bag of chum from a 35-foot boat off the coast of Cape May County i ...
Full article at: WSB Radio
Jun 23 2014, 8:45am CDT
Source: Salt Lake Tribune
Spokane, Wash. • Eight conservation groups are complaining that it is too easy to kill wolves that attack livestock in Washington state.
The groups recently filed a petition asking the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to require that livestock producers first exhaust nonlethal measures to prevent wolf depredations before any wolves are killed.
The major impetus for the petition occurred in 2012, w ...
Full article at: Salt Lake Tribune
Jun 21 2014, 9:09pm CDT
The brain scans of canines show a number of surprising facts. Number one among these is something that pet owners have known for a long time. That their pooches understand their raw sound signals is a very strange fact yet it has been proven to be true beyond a shadow of doubt.
Feb 21 2014, 1:11pm CST